Al Jazeera is reporting major civil unrest in Jordan, with citizens attacking police stations and public offices throughout the country.
The report claims the violence is due to high fuel prices.
One armed man was killed and several policemen injured when gunmen stormed a police station in the north of the country Wednesday night. Another police officer was critically wounded when angry men with automatic rifles overtook a police station north of Amman.
Close by, protesters torched a civil affairs office.
Unarmed protesters also took to the streets in Amman, with up to 1,000 people facing off against riot police who fired tear gas into the crowd. Twice as many protesters chanted “and caused property damage 140km south of Amman in Karak.